The family of Tamir Rice has released reports from two of their hired independent experts regarding Tamir Rice’s shooting on Nov. 22, 2014.
“Unlike the reports solicited by the prosecutor, these independent reports consider all relevant facts, including the recklessness of the officers’ behavior in rushing upon Tamir, the immediacy of Officer Loehmann’s shots, and the fact that the officers left a 12-year-old boy bleeding and dying on the ground without first aid. And the new reports, unlike the prosecutor’s, don’t make up non-existent officer testimony or ignore binding Sixth Circuit federal constitutional law holding that officers can’t create the perceived danger they later use to try to justify their conduct,” attorney Subodh Chandra said.
According to his biography provided, Jeffrey J. Noble has been a consultant/expert witness since 2005. His biography states that he “Provides consulting and expert witness services on a wide range of law enforcement and personnel issues including misconduct, corruption, use of force, workplace harassment, pursuits, police administration, training, police operations, criminal and administrative investigations, interviews and interrogations, civil rights violations, police procedures, and investigations.”
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